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So often people (and websites) end up coming across as sleazy because they don’t know how to talk about money.
So how can you sell without selling?
How will people know you’re an expert if you don’t use expert language?
The very best writing uses the simplest words and phrases.
The User Interface (UI) is comprised of all the elements on a screen or page that users interact with. The most common types of writing you’ll be asked to do for UI includes buttons, error messages, form fields etc.
Simple right? Wrong.
So before you do anything else, do these three things.